Strong black colored beams draw a person's eye into the fieldstone hearth for this living and playroom. Individual sitting plans provide loads of area for big teams and varied passions to socialize in identical space. Wall space featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and patio doorways enable light to overflow the room, and a contemporary share dining table remains touching the room's clean aesthetic. Design by Madelyn Simon.
a tall, dramatic hearth is the focal point for this room. Side house windows enable light to filter carefully to the area. Seats upholstered in gray velvet simply take their cue from hearth stone, while accent pillows with a colorful visual design bring a lively touch into the room. Design by Nancy Mikulich.
From: Nancy Leffler Mikulich
Fashion designer Judith Balis makes use of natural tones and shades of brown to relax and play off the normal colors for the fireplace. On to the floor the cream-colored shag carpet contrasts with the dark, streamlined coffee-table. She tosses in fun, patterned pillows for a pop of color.
Eclectic art pieces rest atop the mantel of this stacked stone hearth. Huge wood ray functions as all-natural artwork, plus the ledge of hearth provides extra sitting for cold winter months nights. Design by Erinn Valencich.
Light fieldstones within fireplace therefore the unpainted normal screen frames give this living room an organic, cottage experience. As well, strong, purple curvilinear couches add sophistication toward austere backdrop of the space. Design by Shelly Riehl David.
The geometric feel for this room starts within the squared-off stones associated with fireplace surround. The deep colors regarding the all-natural rock while the monochrome accent pillow comparison with all the muted colors of lime and blue when you look at the striped curtains. Design by Erinn Valencich.
This stacked-stone, floor-to-ceiling hearth comes live from the crisp, white mantel and bookcases. The shades associated with the rock tend to be duplicated when you look at the stripes associated with chairs that flank the fireplace opening. The brilliant, abstract print resting on the mantel offers contrast to your all-natural stone. Design by Ann Wisniewski.
Fashion designer Judith Balis uses a limited shade plan of sharp blue and white with a hearty stone hearth permitting the inherent beauty for the material stand-on a unique. A glass top coffee table showing an accumulation of beach finds further incorporates nature, finishing the general tone.